London Montage by Matt Cashore

The London Global Gateway is active year round with myriad intellectual and cultural activities including graduate and undergraduate classes, faculty seminars, conferences, workshops, debates, book launches and other events.

Notre Dame undergraduate and graduate students can enhance their educational experience by spending a semester or a year studying in London with lecturers from many British universities and institutions, as well as faculty members from the University of Notre Dame.  Notre Dame faculty members use the London Global Gateway to enrich their research and scholarship through collaborations with colleagues at British and European institutions.  
The London Global Gateway promotes activities that advance the mission and raise the profile of the University in London and around the world.

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Brand Lectures on Governance of Jews in Medieval England

Author: Emily Grassby

Paul Brand (University of Oxford)

On March 4, 2015 the London Global Gateway hosted Paul Brand, Emeritus Fellow at All Souls College, University of Oxford, for a discussion of the English laws regulating Jewish communities before their expulsion in 1290.  The talk took place as we approach the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, the foundational charter of English rights and liberties.…

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Preserving Iconic Theatre Costumes: The How and The Why


Location: London Global Gateway

This is a public symposium organized by Notre Dame professor Richard E. Donnelly, co-sponsored by the University of Notre Dame London Global Gateway, Nanovic Institute for European Studies, College of Arts and Letters, and Department of Film, Television, and Theatre.  Registration is required - see within for details.

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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Exotic England


Location: London Global Gateway

The penultimate talk in the Global History Seminar Series of 2015.  Open to the general public but registration is required:

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